Dealing with the Media: What Lawyers Ethically Can and Can't Say

04 Nov , 2022

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When a journalist contacts you about a case, what will you do? 

This program will explain what lawyers need to know when dealing with journalists from local, state, national and international media, whether it's print, broadcast, cable or digital/social. 

We'll also discuss:

ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct 3.6

Trial Publicity and 8.4

Misconduct: Maintaining the Integrity of the Profession.

 

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